OSCON 2006 — Presentations I attended

By reeset / On / In General Computing, OSCON 2006, Programming

There are still a couple that are not posted yet — I’ll update this post as they are added. –TR 

Test-driven Development meets design-by-contract
Jim Weirich, Compuware
URL: http://onestepback.org/articles/TddMeetsDbc

Google Ajax Search API
Mark Lucovsky
URL: http://conferences.oreillynet.com/presentations/os2006/lucovsky_mark.ppt

Driving Rails Deep into the back office
Obie Fernandez
URL: (URL hasn’t been posted yet — but should be soon)

Ruby and .NET
John Lam, ObjectSharp
URL: URL doesn’t appear to be posted — but the Ruby bridge seems to be here: http://www.saltypickle.com/RubyDotNet

PHP 6 & Unicode: The tower of Babel, Next Generation
Andrei Zmievski, Yahoo! Inc.
URL: http://www.gravitonic.com/do_download.php?download_file=talks/oscon-2006/php-6-and-unicode_oscon-2006.pdf

Building Rails to Legacy Applications
Robert Treat, Open Source Developer
URL: http://conferences.oreillynet.com/presentations/os2006/treat_robert.pdf

AJAX + .NET = Atlas
Christian Wenz, Hauser & Wenz
URL: http://conferences.oreillynet.com/presentations/os2006/wenz_christian.ppt

Leveraging Mono for Cross-platform Development
Kevin Shockey, Information Technology Consultant
Joseph Hill, GotMono
URL: (Not posted yet)

Scripting .NET with IronPython
Martin Maly and Mahesh Prakriya
URL: The presentation slides have yet to be posted, but here is the link to the IronPython implementation (http://www.codeplex.com/Wiki/View.aspx?ProjectName=IronPython).

Building Internet Applications with Mozilla XULRunner
Benjamin Smedberg
URL: http://conferences.oreillynet.com/presentations/os2006/smedberg_benjamin.pdf

Roadmap to Free .NET Development Tools
Lee Fisher, Huckleberry Software
URL: http://conferences.oreillynet.com/presentations/os2006/fisher_nfoss.zip

Making things move: finding inappropriate users for scripting languages
Jonathan Oxer, Internet Vision Technologies
URL: This is from an older talk — but I’m assuming that they slides are pretty close to the same http://jon.oxer.com.au//sb/modules/talks/attachments/22/20051205-MakingThingsMove-slides.pdf


2 thoughts on “OSCON 2006 — Presentations I attended

  1. Hi Terry,

    Woah, you attended lots of seminars! PHP, Python, and mostly .NET. I can’t picture myself attending lots of seminar like that.
    How can you stand those seminars? Oh ya, what about the cost? Did those free for you to attend?